The shale oil and gas revolution took the energy markets by storm, and now it seems that solar could do the same.
Energy provider Central Hudson Gas and Electric seeks to double the company’s net metering potential from 36 megawatts to 72.
Apple, a leader in the tech world, has just struck a deal that will also make it an exemplar in the world of renewable commercial energy.
One of the most common questions people have when they’re looking into solar power for the home is how the panels will work on cloudy days, or if they will even work at all.
You know you’ve done something big when your company reaches a staggering $700 billion in market value and it’s not even the most newsworthy thing that happened to your business that day.
In a major victory for clean energy, the city of Burlington, Vermont has officially become the first city in the entire United States to get all of its electricity from renewables.
By looking at how a successful NFL team brings home the Lombardi Trophy, you can learn a lot about the principles behind making your home an energy efficient juggernaut on par with a Super Bowl-winning team.
Here are three home energy efficiency trends that, even though they’ve been a long time coming, will gain more traction this year and start making a tangible impact on our homes, lifestyles and our wallets.
A little competition is nice, but when it comes to putting more solar on homeowners’ rooftops, every state comes out ahead regardless of where it places on the list. The top three is a great place to be, and here’s how New York, Massachusetts and Connecticut did it.
Thanks to a slew of government programs that will help the solar industry innovate, it seems that neither the drop in oil prices nor political opposition can stop solar now.